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Honest Engines

On May 3rd, Honest Engines will be releasing a new EP through Tandem Shop called The French Song EP. It will feature three new tracks including "Sunny Setting Sun" below. The EP is the follow-up to the band's 2009 release Captain's Log, and will available through all major digital retailers, as well as in limited edition handmade physical copies.


Clara May "Hush"

Clara May is the result of two unique individuals coming together and deciding to make music. Tom Silva, a Malaysian-born filmmaker, and Nicole Sotelo, a Harvard-trained theologian and author, have combined to create a sound that is dark and romantic. However, on the albums first single the duo addresses race issues. Silva wrote the multi-part song in a historic Muslim city that is equal parts Indian and Persian. The album they have created is called Hush and will be self-released on April 19th. They will be releasing a video this month for the track "The Chosen" on the anniversary of the Iraq War, to honor our veterans and the people of Iraq.


BBU + Dac Racist + Hood Internet = Awesome!

When Das Racist past through town last year they stopped by the studio to record a track with the hottest production team and one of the best rap crews in town. The result is BBU's new single, "Please, No Pictures" featuring Das Racist and The Hood Internet.

BBU will be performing with Homeboy Sandman, Gon and Scheme at Darkroom (2210 W. Chicago) this Friday, March 4th.


Deli show in Austin with Fang Island, Delicate Steve, Tristen, Quiet Company + more. RSVP NOW!

Deli readers,

The Deli will travel to Austin this year for the renown music fest, and we will also present a show together with The Musebox down there - not an official show, but one that will happen during the music festival. If interested in attending please RSVP HERE. Here are the details:

Venue: Lipstick 24 (606 E. 7th St. Austin, TX 78701), 18+
Saturday afternoon March 19, 2011


1.00 The Lines (UK)
2.00 Living Days (NYC)
3.00 Delicate Steve (NYC)
4.00 Kopeky Family Band (Nashville)
5.00 Fang Island (NYC)

12.30 Quiet Company (Austin)
1.30 R.G. Morrison (UK)
2.30 Adam Cohen (LA)
3.30 Tristen (Nashville)
4.30 The Rassle (NYC)

The Deli booked 5 of the 10 artists on this bill. We also booked 3 more bands at a separate show on Tuesday 03.15 (Tech Mashup Party):
Golden Ages (Philly), The Wandas (Boston), Kendra Morris (NYC). 7 of these artists were chosen from the ones that submitted through our system in January.

The Deli's Staff

P.S. We'd like to thank in particular our sponsors Ascap and SoundToys, since their early support allowed us to organize this event.

Golden Birthday on Giant System

The latest video on Giant System comes from Golden Birthday.


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